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to be worsening by the day. president obama said tuesday the united states had a moral obligation at national security interest in bringing the civil war to an end. do we have a sound byte there? okay. moving on, we don't have that sound byte for you. meanwhile, it has been a rocky trip to russia, which sw a key allie by state secretary of state kerry. by some accounts, kerry was forced to wait three hours to meet with vladmir putten. the us president made no mention of syria in their public remarks. still they announce plans by the conference to try to bring pa es to that war torn country. later this morning, the find committee is set to hold a hearing on last september's deadly attack in benghazi and how the administration handled the aftermath. according to some lawmakers, it's a scandal rivaling some of the biggest in american history. senator lindsey graham said the dam is about to break. congressman steve king's words were if you link watergate and iran towing and multiply it by ten or so, you will get into the zone where benghazi is, end quote. greg hicks was the second under ambassado
. this despite a report finding fault with the state department's security posture at the consulate. on tuesday, president obama's nominee to replace chris stevens as ambassador to libya deborah kay jones was on capitol hill. she told lawmakers she would make sure security is tightened at u.s. missions in libya. >> an ambassador doesn't wake up without considering security. that just goes part and parcel with the job. >> now, some democrats contend republicans are trying to get something to stick to president obama. they point to that state department review and other hearings and briefings held by republicans on capitol hill. anne-marie? >> susan mcginnis in washington. thank you, susan. >>> well, james holmes, the man charged in the deadly colorado shooting wants to change his plea to not guilty by reason of insanity. holmes' lawyers initially refused to enter an insanity plea because they feared it would undermine the death penalty. holmes is charges with more than 160 counts of murder and attempted murder. the judge must approve the new plea. he's due in court month. >>> mark sanford is bac
states is weak. it gives the republicans in. obama has the polls and it looks like he's going to win. i think it's the politically safer course of action. it doesn't make it seem like the war in libya was a mistake that it unleashed all these things, and it doesn't put pressure on the obama administration to act. they would vastly refer-- >> my reaction would be if we were attacked in the middle of an occupation, that's not necessarily surprising. >> cenk: i think glenn's right. that's the safe route and obama always takes the safer route. oh, it wasn't terrorism. they think get it out first. no one will hear the retraction, and that's the usual play. the republicans are wait, no, no no, we're going to make a stink on this. what should happen? so now mike huckabee is on the show talking about impeachment. of course, of course. what is the reality? we apparently tend to agree that they went in the wrong direction in that first weekend? >> we're going to get ambassadors killed. that's the arrangement of it. there's no 100% security. there's not even 50% security in a place where there are
of ambassador chris stevens. he was praised by president obama and secretary of state hillary clinton for his performance. bill: and response either came or did not come and for what reason? >> reporter: there has been present back and forth about whether military resources could have gotten there perhaps to stop the second wave of the attack. we heard there were special forces ready to get on a plane to go to benghazi to help their colleagues who were under attack. the pentagon said it is not possible. some lawmakers say how can the pentagon know that if they didn't know how long the attack was going to last. expect a lot of back and forth on that and whether the military resources were in geographic proximity to help the americans in need. ambassador thomas pickering led the review of the the benghazi attack. >> our board felt nothing could have been done to relieve the initial attack. subsequent attacks took place beginning midnight but died out within an hour. i think within those time frames nothing could have been done. >> reporter: you can expect plenty of discussion about throws famou
for obama twice or the state status quo. and chuck, that's what the election's all about. forget about the numbers. it's structural. in a presidential race, the two that obama won, you had over 70% of the voters turning out in virginia. that means a big influx of young people and minorities. they're going to vote democratic in this moderate purple state. in a state race though like 2009, we dropped 26 percentage points. that's a heavily republican sample. that's why your likely voter pool and earlier, "the washington post" voter pool showed cuccinelli winning. >> steve, in new jersey, none of these numbers were a surprise to you, but the biggest one is that so many democrats are on board of christie. 42% of obama voters an barbara buono only getting 51% of all the democratic vote. >> when they set the bar in terms of where they think this ends up, it's closer to ten points, maybe even high single digits. the idea that democrats will kind of come home in this thing, i'll tell you one thing that maybe is interesting here, is an underappreciat underappreciat underappreciat underappreciate
cannot do together. madam president, welcome to the united states. >> speaking in foreign language] >> thank you, president obama, for the hospitality. during my meeting with the president today i was able to have a heart to heart talk with him on a wide range of common interests. i found that the two of us have a broad common view about the vision and role that should guide the korea-u.s. alliance as it moves forward and i was delighted to see that. first of all, the president and i shared the view that the korea-u.s. alliance has been faithfully carrying out its role as a bulwark of peace and stability on the korean pin nins sewella and northeast asia and that the alliance should continue to serve as a linchpin for peace and stability on the korean peninsula and asia. in this regard i believe it is significant that the joint declaration on the 60th anniversary of our alliance we adopted spells out the direction that our comprehensive strategic alliance should take. next, the president and i reaffirmed that we will by no means tolerate north korea's threats and provocations which
the same and joined our state legislature and some eight other seniors to support their effort state wide and to support president obama and senior fine fine stein on their national events and i want to take a moment to make sure that we hong hospital members of sandy hook continue keeping them in our minds and but also, that things that are not as announced but every single week whether it's oakland san jose or san francisco, that is young kid and i get this text every night calf can american meal 17 -years-old victim, to the chess, to the head. we have got to end this gun violence we have got do embrace, strategies that work so that, you can keep our cities safe. that will help us, as much as education is, as much as investment in housing is as much as investing in buss as well. it's got to be the whole package and i don't care what poles say or what political groups say it's the right thing do let's all join together and make sure that happens. (applause) >>> i'll close i want to thank dan and tim for awful their good economic analysis, i think they guided you with that i'll be hap
today's tom will show president barack obama and hillary clinton former secretary of state did not do all they could to stop the attacks in benghazi libya on september 11th. testimony today from gregory hicks will say a team of u.s. special forces was ready to head to benghazi after the first attack but was told to stand down after that attack on the pentagon. his testimony will show from the get go this was a terrorist attack and he told the white house, the state department, and anyone else that would listen. >> why does it matter? because secretary clinton seems to want to say it doesn't matter what the cause of it was, it does. just a few days later ambassador ambassador -- >> reporter: obama administration officials have insisted that no military resources could have made it to benghazi in time. reporting in washington, jacqueline fell ktvu channel 2 news opinion >>> mark sanford is back in politics after winning a special election for a congressional seat in spite of a sex scandal. he compared himself to lazarus who was resurrected from the dead. four years ago his reputation wa
any better and president obama says the united states have a moral interest in bringing the civil war to an end. >> understandably, there's a desire for easy answers. that's not the situation there. i'm making decisions not based on a hope and a prayer. but on hardheaded analysis in terms of what will actually make us safer and stabilize the region. >> jon meacham, all due respect, nobody is expecting easy answers but 80,000 people are dead. this has been going on for a year. the president can't glibly throw this away like we are asking him to come forward and make a snap decision. people have been deg. we were talking last fall about 20,000 dead and by december we were talking about 40,000 or 50,000 dead. there are 80,000 dead now. you have a refugee crisis spilling over across the middle east and it is becoming more unstable by the day. i'm not proposing that we invade but seriously the president just sitting there and glibly saying, oh, people just want easy answers. no, we don't want easy answers. we wanted leadership, strong leadership. we want a vision. i haven't seen a vision f
the 12th state to legalalize same-sex marriage. >>> president obama will dine with house democratic leadership part of his on going outreach to congress. we'll see if the charm offensive pays off. >>> and it seems that dennis rodman is trying his hand at foreign nations tweeting i'm calling on the supreme leader of north korea to do me a solid and cut bae loose. >>> and the internet is buzzing over the 911 call that led to the rescue of the three women in cleveland. was the operator as some suggested callus to a frantic woman or in a series of calls. the behavior was if not warm and fuzzy, professional. listen on our facebook page. don't forget to like us. h sheets because fresher is better. everyone knows that. i'll tell you what -- i'm just crazy about freshness. [ cow moos ] mmm. [ male announcer ] how do you get your bounce? [ woman ] mmm, mmm, fresh. to prove to you that aleve is the better choice for him, he's agreed to give it up. that's today? [ male announcer ] we'll be with him all day as he goes back to taking tylenol. that was okay, but after lunch my knee started to hur
of speculation that north korea would launch another missile test. today, the state on china. a major north korean bank tat is used of providing financial support to northorea nuclear programs. in his news conference, president obama chose to try to clarify his perceived red line on syria. as the president noted, perceptions can be difficult to manage and measure by way of example, the president talking about bashar al-assad, 722 days ago. almost two years ago two months. the administration still struggling with that frederick and its strategy on syria. seetary of state john kerry today, after meeting wh his russian counterpart in moscow, announced that the united states will convene an international peace conference to end the bloodshed in syria. remarkably, no mention of benghazi at today's news conference. surprising employees are scheduled to testify before the house oversight committee morning. testimony that doesn't match the obama administration's narrative on the september 11 terrorist attacks that ended with the murder of an ambassador and three other americans. james rosen has our
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learning key details that have not been publicly obama administration. we learn with a like a response to americans under attack by terrorists and the poor communications between the state department and the pentagon. this confirmed forces were available in tripoli but werr told to stand down before they could embark on a rescue attempt. >> we determined that we needed to send a second team from tripoli to secure the airport for the withdrawal of our personnel from benghazi after the mortar attack did >> or any of u.s. military personnel not permitted to travel on a relief mission to benghazi? >> they were not authorized to travel. >> what happened with those personnel? >> they remained in tripoli with us via lou: we also learned hicks was never contacted by the investor of the united nations, susan rice, or her staff before she went on five different sunday morning talk shows to deliver false talking points regarding a so-called protest sparked by an anti-islam video. said everybody on the ground that day was aware "from the get go" that it was a terrorist attack did >> so fast-forwar
accusations about the president of united states, we ought to see what comes out. >> greg: if this was centered around obama and involved in the questioning, you would be pretty stoked. >> bob: i'm a partisan. >> greg: that is what i love about you. eric, what do you see happening? is administration's story is falling apart. >> eric: i don't want to say that and unload after the hearings. obama slipped through the terror attack on benghazi. he slept through the 3:00 a.m. wake-up call. he flew to vegas on fund-raiser 1. he delivered his thing and then the campaign told him, don't worry. what happens in benghazi stays in benghazi and it didn't because we will find out what happened. isn't it interesting -- though seven months or eight months ago that was a long time ago. for the last five years, it's been bush's fault. eight months is too long ago. >> greg: dana, anybody will ask who pushed the video? >> dana: you said in the monologue it was valerie plame. >> you are going to be editing the talking points. they edited the facts of the community assessment to make talking po
witch hunt that's aimed mainly at former secretary of state, hillary clinton, and the obama white house as well. what do republicans say? they will have three career state department employees as witnesses. some of them refer to themselves as whistle-blowers arguing they've been leaned on by their superiors not to tell their stories in public. for one, there will be testimony that will basically say that the obama administration should have and could have done more in a military sense to help the people who are under assault when this attack occurred in benghazi last september the 11th. also we'll hear a very familiar refrain on the issue of how it was described and laid out by the obama administration after the attacks. the old issue of blaming it on the anti-muslim video. we'll have one witness, who is the number two person at the embassy in libya who will say they knew right away it was a terrorist attack and there was no reason for the administration to characterize it otherwise. >> we just saw some video of former secretary of state, hillary clinton. some people are saying the reas
attack, the president and secretary of state praised my performance over the telephone. president obama wrote libyan president expressing confidence in my abilities. deputy secretary burns and general ham told me how much they appreciated how i handled the night of the assault and its aftermath. i received written notes of commendation from wendy sureman and executive secretary, incoming lar jay larry pope told me my performance was near heroic. in february 1991 i swore an oath to uphold and defend the constitution of the united states. i'm here today to honor that oath. i look forward to answering your questions fully and truthfully. thank you very much. >> thank you. i understand that some of those commendations and letters are in your opening statement. and for all the witnesses, all extraneous material or other insertions will be placed in the record on your behalf. mr. nordstrom. >> good morning, chairman issa and other distinguished members of the committee. for the benefit of the new committee members, my name is eric nordstrom and serve as superviz ri special agent with the u.s.
? >> no protest. >> further evidence that mr. obama's aides knew rice's narrative was false came when a gop law maker read from a previously undisclosed e-mail that beth jones, acting assistant secretary of state for the middle east, sent on september 12 about her discussions with the libyan ambassador. >> this is from miss jones to you, counsel for hillary clinton, to victoria nuland, to mr. kennedy, and i'm going to read from it. when he said his government suspected former gadhafi regime elements carried out the attack attacks, i told him that the group that conducted the attacks ansar al-shariah, is affiliated with islamic terrorists. >> on september 14, a document published, likewise stated, we do know that islamic extremists with ties to al-qaeda participated in the attack. yet rice and other senior u.s. officials far from putting out every piece of information as they got it, continued to press the false narrative. >> our initial information and that includes all information -- we saw no evidence to back up claims by others that this was a preplanned or premeditated attack. >> i wish i c
hearing on the attacks in benghazi with a whistle blowers from the state department. back live on c-span3 at 11:30. tonight president obama dines with nancy pelosi and other house democratic leaders as he continues its outrea e
and south korea. kurt campbell was assistant secretary of state for east asian and pacific affairs during the first obama administration. he now has a consulting company. and donald gregg was u.s. ambassador to south korea during the george h.w. bush administration. he's now chairman of the pacific century institute. kurt campbell, i want to start with you. the north koreans come out with the a new warning today. you see president park say "we will make them pay." what do we make of the level of at least aggressive talk? >> well, look. there's clearly a ritual quality to this. this has been going on for months. i think the more significant language is not from the north but from the south what's happening in south korea is that the tolerance for this kind of behavior has decreased very substantiallyinhe pst, e south has been prepared to take these indignities, these provocations sometimes in stride. it's difficult but to accept them. i think there is a growing sense in south korea that if they are presented with an opportunity to strike the this north they will take it and particularly ma
of state officials and a top diplomat will be contradicting part of the obama administration's accounts when it comes to what happened in benghazi. taken eight months for the first eyewitness on the ground that night to publicly step forward, is he greg hicks, number two to ambassador chris stevens, is he expected to say among other things that a small team of special forces was prevented from going from tripoli to benghazi to help that night. and he's also expected to discuss his 2:00 a.m. phone call with secretary of state. he was looking for guidance from washington, but he felt washington was in essence asking them on the ground what to do. charlie and norah. >> sharyl attkisson, thank you. >>> the dow is down this morning, after another milestone for wall street on tuesday, the dow closed above 15,000 for the first time ever. the dow off to its biggest yearly start since 1999. anthony mason with us and good morning. >> good morning. >> what's driving this? >> first of all, record corporate profits, 2/3 of the companies in the country reporting earnings beaten th
, louisiana republican. he's trying to end a free cell phone program to exploded under president obama and the free broadband, he wants it gone. and virginia governor bob mcdonne mcdonnell, what's he doing to lure california businesses to his state and what's he giving them. is virginia the new hollywood? we'll explain. and senator chuck grassley, republican, iowa and the president's choice for commerce secretary. she's rich. and money off shore in the secret accounts and those two things outraged the left and mitt romney, is there a double standard? we're covering it for you. coming up next, you could see this coming a mile away, a doctor who says that obamacare will till his business and he's taking it to court. and first though, charles ramsey who helped to free three women. and he's a sensation and because he mentioned mcdonald's in the the famous interview and 911 call, mcdonald's tweeted, way to go, charles ramsey, we will be in touch. >> and we do every day, i mean, every day. >> how long have you lived here. i've been here in a year. i barbecuing with this dude and eat ribs and
and government reform committee hearing on the attacks in benghazi with a whistle blowers from the state department. back live on c-span3 at 11:30. tonight president obama dines with nancy pelosi and other house democratic leaders as he continues its outreach efforts to capitol hill. military sexual abuse has hit 35%000 cases in 2012, up over the past two years. we begin there this morning with your take on this. all others and independentss, 3882. for active military members. you can post your comment on facebook or send a tweet or e- mail us. courtesy of the newseum in washington, here is the arizona republic with their headline on this. "iron man" the washington post front-page story on this. -- and the washington post here's what president obama said yesterday when asked about the issue. [video clip] >> i am directly spoken to secretary to chuck hagel today and indicated to him that we are just to have to not step up our game, we have to exponentially a step up our game to go at this thing hard. for those who are in uniform who have experienced sexual assault, i want them to hear dir
. in the days immediately after the benghazi attack, the president and secretary of state praised my performance over the telephone. president obama wrote libyan president magaref expressing confidence in my abilities. deputy secretary burns and general ham told me how much they appreciated how i handled the night of the assault and its aftermath. i received written notes of come men is today from undersecretary wendy sherman and from executive secretary steven moll incharming charge larry pope told me personally that my performance was near heroic. in february of 1991 i swore an oath to uphold and defend the constitution of the united states. i'm here today to honor that oath. i look forward to ends aing your questions fully and truthfully. thank you very much. >> thank you. i understand that some of those commendations an letters are in your opening statement. for all the witnesses, all extraneous material or other insertions will be placed in the record on your behalf. mr. nordstrom. >> good morning chairman issa, ranking member cummings and other distinguished members of the committee. for t
time from two high ranking state department employees, both highly commended by the obama administration. their testimony challenges the administration's version of events in places, including the testimony of gregory hicks, the number two diplomat in libya under the late ambassador stevens, describing that night and how he tried send reinforcements to benghazi but blocked by washington. he revealed he was never consulted before those infamous talking points were released to the u.n. ambassador, secretary rice, susan rice, and they never discussed it with him. james rosen joins us live now with more. james? >> good afternoon. already we are learning the contents of sensitive documents never quoted before and we heard one of the most detailed and emotionally charged accounts of benghazi yet to surface, from mark thompson who manual -- handled it, we have an e-mail he sent to a high ranking state department operations officer disclosing the f.b.i. had recommended a foreign emergency support team be sent to libya. but that under secretary of state patrick kennedy advised agai
-busch, and -- and in the last presidential election charleston county actually was the only county in the state that voted for president obama. and the fifth districts was gerrymandered back in -- starting in 2009 through 2010 by, you guessed it the love gov and then followed up by nikki haley. they took half of charleston county out and went up and down the coast including sanford's hometown, so we're less than half of the county of charleston now, and we have no hopes of getting a democrat in there. >> stephanie: yeah did you say he is from buford? really? >> uh-huh. it's buffort. >> caller: actually his place is about half the size of hilton head. >> stephanie: oh really. all right. then. so, wow, this story out of cleveland gets more and more amazing. ariel castro the suspect handed out fliers with the 14 year olds photo and performed music at a fund raiser. >> wow. >> stephanie: when neighbors gathered for a candlelight vigil, castro was there comforting the mother. isn't that lovely. castro like everyone else in the most s nightly knit mostly porta rican neighborhood seemed shaken
to the be next ambassador of the united states of america to the republic of chad. i thank president obama and secretary carriy for the trust they have the sewn. if confirmed i will work with you all to best represent the issues and values of the american people to the government and people of chad. at a moment when chad is becoming a stronger partner for the it's and its allies in a critical region. i am pleased that my wife has join me today. amelia has been my closest partner and strongest supporter throughout my foreign service career. mr. chairman, member office the committee, chad is a vast country, positioned at one of the most important crossroads of africa. for many centuries the people and cultures of the middle east have shared chad's environment. these differing traditions have given chad a unique culture but wasn't which faces great turbulence since its independence in 1960. chad has been regularly playing -- plagued by civil war. and today chad is emerging from this legacy of internal turmoil and regional conflict. supported chad's internal stability and the stability of the
. the company says it feels comfortable for what it calls marketing investments. >> three state department waitresses testified to a house panel looking into the deadly assault in benghazi, libya. bay area native ambassador and three other americans were killed it's the latest move in the obama administration and republicans accusing the white house of covering up information. coming up you'll hear witness testimony, how they're challenging the handling of the attack. why they say more could have been done. >> cheers from a neighborhood. a young woman is now back with her family. gina dejesus gave a thumbs up as she was welcomed back home by crowds of loved ones and neighbors. she was one of three women rescued from captivity on monday. her mother spoke to the crowds outside of the house. >> and i believe i want to say to them even the one that's doubted, i still want to thank them the most. they're the one that's made me stronger and feel the most that my daughter was out there. >> amanda berry is back home with her family. the fbi escorted berry and her 6-year-old daughter to her sister'
to be the next ambassador of united states of america to the republic of chad. i think president obama and secretary kerry for the confidence and trust they have shown by nominating me for this position. i will work with you all to best represent interests and values of the american people and a moment when chad is becoming a stronger partner for the united states and allies in the critical region. i am pleased that my wife has joined me today. she has been my closest partner and the strongest supporter throughout my foreign service career. chad is a vast country. position would've the most important important crossroads of africa. haveeoples and cultures shared the diverse environments. are a uniqueons culture but one that is faced great turbulence. it has been plagued by civil war and suffered struggles with the sudan and other neighboring countries. today, chad is emerging its legacy of internal turmoil and a regional conflict. shadow plays a positive role in the region determining to mediation and peacekeeping efforts. chad has been a key partner in the international community diss
's a chance to attack president obama while also attacking a potential front-runner in 2016. >> do you expect secretary clinton to have read or briefed that cable? >> must be signed off by the secretary of state. >> at 2:00 a.m., you had a conversation with secretary clinton? >> this has nothing to do with the facts or the truth. republicans and their allies at fox are just interested in distorting the president's record on terror and hiding their own. today we learn that former vice president dick cheney just made a stunning comment about the benghazi attacks, which happened on september 11th, 2012. cheney said, "when we were there on our watch, we were always ready on 9/11, on the anniversary." they were always ready on 9/11, the anniversary? what about 9/11, the actual day? were they ready then? republicans are busy trying to exploit this most recent tragedy but they need to remember the truth about the other. joining me now is washington, d.c., delegate, eleanor holmes and joy reid. thank you for being here. >> thank you, reverend al. >> congresswoman, what's your take on what you heard f
he is. >> tomorrow's hearings could define the obama presidency. i don't think i'm overstating it. what are your thoughts? >> we have two witnesses tomorrow that we have some sense of the direction of what they might say. we have a state department official and a counterterrorism section who says -- who apparently will say they were cut out on the night of september 11th from doing their jobs. and we have the deputy chief of mission in libya, mr. hicks, who is going to tell us why the military -- the africa command did not authorize, you know, the deployment of any assets to help our men under fire. and this is going to be revealing. but it's going to be interesting. so far this is going to point, i think, tomorrow to the state department and failures inside the state department and point to failures within the military chain of command, and particularly african command. why weren't assets deployed from the region, why didn't they put aircraft into the air, why weren't things done? but interestingly enough, we won't hear tomorrow about president obama. we already know from testimo
. >> house of representatives oversight committee will focus on the obama administration's administration handling of the benghazi attack that took the life of bay area native ambassador. testimony by several self described whistleblowers could contradict what we have heard and bring former secretary of state hillary clinton back to the spotlight. republicans insist that the administration is covering up information in the attack that killed the ambassador and three other americans. >> a judge has given authorities more charges to file charges again the brothers suspected of kidnapping and holding three women captive for a decade. airline was row and o'neal and pedro castro are in custody. we are learning more of the women allegedly held in the house. amanda berry who escaped and called 9-1-1 says the 60's-year-old girl is her daughter. the daughter, amanda and jesus jesus are out of the hospital and in a secure location with their families and the third woman, michelle knight is still in the hospital. the f.b.i. says it is not because of injuries and she will be reduced today. >> flames
but that was not enough. tonight, it's chicago and miami and golder state again playing san antonio. >> at 9:30. >> 9:30 eastern. >> all right. pull an all miter. >> we haven't seen president obama do the gangnam style dance. he does a pretty good one in private. with the south korea he praised that country's pop sensation and admitted his daughters have spent some time teaching him how to do the dance. >> gangnam? i can do that. i don't even see that >> bill: he's got some moves. you have to admit. >> i know he does. i don't want to the see that. >> bill: where do we start? with the biggest story of the day and one of the most shocking stories of the day. it is shocking. it is stunning, and it is sirius, talking about the latest numbers on sexual assault in the military. you know this iswe have probably been talking about for a couple of years at at least, congress woman jackie spear has been right in the forefront in this effort to bring this problem to the attention of the congress and the mfrn people so has senator claire mccaskill of missouri and carl levin has been
. >> reporter: house republican sources insist their state department witnesses will reveal new information about the stakes before, during, and after september's deadly benghazi attack. and bolster gop claims of an obama administration cover-up. >> whistleblowers are courageous to come forward and they're essential in a case like this. >> reporter: a star gop witness is gregory hicks, the second ranking u.s. diplomat in libya he is time of the attack. hicks will say administration officials knew from the start the attack was not what they publicly suggested, spontaneous demonstrati demonstration. i think everybody in the mission thought it was a terrorist attack from the beginning, hicks told investigators. that goes to the heart of the central republican question about those infamous administration talking points about the attack. who stripped out references to al qaeda and why? republicans call it a political decision. a fear of stepping on the president's campaign message that he crippled al qaeda. >> we want to find out who made this decision, who made the decision to change talking po
sources insist their state department witnesses will reveal new information about the stakes before, during, and after september's deadly benghazi attack. and bolster gop claims of an obama administration cover-up. >> whistle-blowers are courageous to come forward, and they're essential in a case like this. >> reporter: a star gop witness is gregory hicks, the second ranking u.s. diplomat in libya at the time of the attack. hicks will say administration officials knew from the start the attack was not what they publicly suggested, spontaneous demonstration. i think everybody in the mission thought it was a terrorist attack from the beginning, hicks told investigators. that goes to the heart of the central republican question about those infamous administration talking points about the attack. who stripped out references to al qaeda and why? republicans call it a political decision. a fear of stepping on the president's campaign message that he crippled al qaeda. >> we want to find out who made this decision, who made the decision to change talking points in a way that caused the ame
. >> house republican sources insist their state department witnesses will reveal new information about mistakes before, during and after september's deadly benghazi attack and bolster gop claims of an obama administration cover-up. >> whistleblowers are courageous to come forward and essential in a case like this. >> a star witness is gregory hicks, the second ranking u.s. diplomat in libya at the time of the attack. they knew what the attack was not what they suggested, spontaneous. that goes to the heart of a central republican question about those infamous administration talking points about the attack. who stripped out references to al qaeda and why? a fear of stepping on the president's campaign message that he crippled al qaeda. >> we want to find out who made this decision, who made the decision to change talking points in a way that caused the american people to be lied to. >> reporter: then there is the military response. hicks will say military personnel were ready to board a libyan plane to benghazi to help americans under fire there but were ordered by superiors not to go.
, the next to last free states radio, the next-to-last independent newspaper raising hell, the next-to-last independent bookstore with a mind of its own, the next to last leftie looking for obama nirvana. [laughter] the first day of the wall street occupation set forth upon this continent a new revolutionary nation. [applause] >> in addition to its own programming as -- of artist talks, meridian has been a downtown host for san francisco states well-known port trees center. recent luminaries have included david meltzer, steve dixon, and jack hirsch man. >> you can black as out of the press, blog and arrest us, tear gas, mace, and shoot us, as we know very well, you will, but this time we're not turning back. we know you are finished. desperate, near the end. hysterical in your flabbergastlyness. amen. >> after the readings, the crowd headed to a reception upstairs by wandering through the other gallery rooms in the historic home. the third floor is not usually reserved for just parties, however. it is the stage for live performances. ♪ under the guidance of musical curators, these
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